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Ashtiya said that over the next two days the two PA representatives have planned a series of political meetings with different officials in the White House and the State Department's Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs ahead of the visit of U.
The name of the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs FSN of the Year, who was also honored as overall Foreign Service National (FSN) of the Year, was not announced because of security concerns.
Snipe, US Department of State's Spokesperson for the Department's Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA) hailed the foreign policy pursued by the Sultanate's government under the wise leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said, stressing the great impact resulted from this policy in enhancing security and stability in the region.
He also held talks with Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labour Michael Posner in the presence of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Affairs and Fight Against Drugs Brooke Barbie and the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Arabian Gulf in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs as well as Deputy National Security adviser Denis McDonough.
Congress has expressed no opposition to this sale,' said Seche, who holds the rank of ambassador in the US State Department's Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, during a roundtable meeting at the US Embassy in Zinj yesterday.
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From 2006-2007, he was the Senior Legislative Advisor for the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Office of Iraq Affairs.
Prior to this, Jeffrey served as principal deputy assistant secretary for the bureau of Near Eastern Affairs at the State Department, where his responsibilities included leading the Iran policy team.